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    A Scottish forfar bridie and mac and cheese. Mmmm!!!
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    Leftover roasted turkey leg, leftover cabbage, leftover broccoli. It's Friday at our house...
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    Just put the making for the first beef stew into the crockpot. If I'm motivated by dinnertime, I may make some biscuits to go with it. Can't wait for the smell to start permeating the house.
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    Potstickers, if I get around to them...

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    Actually, I made this soup and it's awesome. I'm definitely adding it to the repertoire. However, I didn't put beans in it (only because a couple of people in my family don't like beans, but I love them, so I would have put them in) and I also swapped out tortellini for ricotta cavetelli because DH doesn't like tortellini. Also, I used diced tomatoes instead of crushed. I like diced better because it less thick and more brothy

    It's a great one-dish meal!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    Actually, I made this soup and it's awesome. I'm definitely adding it to the repertoire. However, I didn't put beans in it (only because a couple of people in my family don't like beans, but I love them, so I would have put them in) and I also swapped out tortellini for ricotta cavetelli because DH doesn't like tortellini. Also, I used diced tomatoes instead of crushed. I like diced better because it less thick and more brothy

    It's a great one-dish meal!!!

    https://www.delish.com/cooking/recip...i-soup-recipe/
    I figured out that the missing ingredient is 6 cups of broth. It does sound really good.
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    Out of the freezer: 1 bag of wild rice, 3 small bags of sauted greens (kale, chard, beet). https://www.yummly.com/recipe/Brown-...132#directions

    It was tasty. We'll do it again in the future.

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    zoodles and shrimp, maybe some broccoli.
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    Trying to make a decent "dinner" before work (to be eaten about 2 pm before going in), which will also mean something is there for dh when he gets home. Today was pan-cooked thin chicken breast fillets with sauteed turnip greens and chunky mashed potatoes & turnips.
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    Ooh, the turnips sound so good.

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